What is the .QUEBEC "Intended Use" field and why do I have to enter it?
The .QUEBEC central registry "Community Nexus" requirement that says all registrants of a .QUEBEC domain name must be an individual or a legal entity with a connection to the Québec community. This connection means that the registrant of the domain name must be able to reasonably demonstrate a link or an interest to the community at the time of registration and throughout the duration of the active registration. The link to the community can be on a linguistic, cultural, tourism, commercial, or any other basis that is conducive (and not detrimental) to the benefit of the Québec community.
Registrations under the .QUEBEC top-level domain (TLD) are intended to be made by bona-fide members of the Québec community (as described above), and are subject to the further requirement that the registrantâs actions in the .QUEBEC community, as well as the registrantâs use of the registered domain name, must be:
- Generally accepted as legitimate; and
- Beneficial to the interest of the Québec community; and
- Commensurate with the role and importance of the registered domain name; and
- In good faith at the time of registration and throughout the duration of the active registration.
Get instructions on how to enter the intended use for your .QUEBEC domain.